Arno Cost’s signature tones, rich with vibrant house melodies that ride over a wave of eccentric disco grooves, are in part of what differentiates him from other artists. Arno Cost possesses a brilliant intuition, an aspect illustrated in his music as every track is exceptionally more colorful than the previous. The Frenchman is no stranger to working with only the best as so far this year, he’s collaborated twice with Norman Doray on the hit tracks “Paradisco” and “Rising Love,” both of which found their way into many sets from night clubs to main stages alike. Now, Arno Cost takes to Armada Music and flies solo with his brand new single, “Coming Home.”
The track features vocalist James Newman and if the surname rings any bells, it’s because James is the younger brother of John Newman who sings on Calvin Harris’ worldwide hit, “Blame.” “Coming Home” has plenty of big moments that evoke an emotion quite unlike anything else currently in dance music. These moments are accompanied with giant chords and big room rhythms that perfectly accentuate Newman’s stunning vocals, all of which work seamlessly under the umbrella of Arno Cost’s trademark style. It’s a record sure to be played again and again. Arno Cost’s “Coming Home” is out today on Beatport.